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Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker discuss Versatility, Each Other

by Kenny Ducey

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Andrew Wiggins became the 11th international player to be drafted 1st overall when he went to the Cleveland Cavaliers to begin the 2014 NBA Draft. It also marks two consecutive years a Canadian player has gone atop the draft board. Jabari Parker followed Wiggins, and became the third Duke player to go in that slot, and the first since Jay Williams in 2002.

Both Wiggins and Parker commented on the competition between each of them at the top of the Draft, as well as where they might fit on their respective teams.

Bill Self Projects Wiggins, Parker as All-Stars

by Kenny Ducey

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While roaming the hallways of the Barclays Center, Bill Self was stopped for a few moments to answer some questions about two former Kansas Jayhawks - #1 Overall Pick in this year's NBA Draft Andrew Wiggins, and Joel Embiid, who went 3rd Overall to Philadelphia. Take a listen to how Self thinks they'll fare in the league.

Liberty Report: Making Moves

by Sean Hahner

Sean Hahner : WFUV Sports 

After a rough five-game losing streak, the Liberty (4-10) secured a win over the Atlanta Dream on June 22nd by a final score of 85-78. The Dream, who currently sit in first place in the Eastern Conference, were unable to take back-to-back wins against New York.

Yankees Help Musicians Bring HOPE to Sick Patients

by Kelly Kultys

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Sometimes, when it seems the darkest, all you need is a little light – or a little music – to fix it. That’s the goal of an organization, titled Musicians on Call. Founded in 1999 by Michael Solomon and Vivek Tiwany, Musicians on Call performs for sick patients in hospitals in an attempt to brighten their day.

Branden Frazier Works out for the Brooklyn Nets

by Kenny Ducey

Fordham Athletics

Branden Frazier got a special opportunity Tuesday - a chance to workout for his hometown Brooklyn Nets and take a step towards playing in the NBA, something he says he's always dreamed of.

"I think I did pretty well, he said. "There's a lot of shooting stuff I could have done better with, but it's about working."